continue to proceed. >> gregg: it's very unusual. she had to be examined over the weekend by three professionals to declare that she, a, understood the charges against her and b, could assist in other defense, which is the legal standard for competency. normally, that's made before the trial even begins, but here, it happened, curiously, just before the end of the defense case. so, janna, invites the question, was it forgotten by the defense in the first place? or was it done relative to her deciding not to take the witness stand? >> it had to be the latter, because like you said, where did this come from? normally it happens well in advance of trial. i've never heard of a case where somebody might become incompetent during the course of their trial, whether it's 30 days or a year long. so, i think it was-- it had to have something to do with whether she was going to take the stand or not. >> gregg: peter, what do you think.